campaign hat


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a broad-brimmed felt hat with a high crown

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Below the shaped crown of his felt campaign hat is a black eagle, globe, and anchor insignia.
Staff Sergeant Welch, brim of his brown felt campaign hat touching the front of Huber's utility cover, asks, "Are you rebelling against us, Huber?
When you formulate a thought as Page and Norman warn of fog and Huber dances the fly dance, find a place midway between the back of Staff" Sergeant Welch's campaign hat and the quonset huts this June afternoon, 1964.
The war on terrorism may be keeping some sergeants from pursuing the coveted "brown round" drill sergeant campaign hat, but for others the war has created a new opportunity to make a difference and be a part of training the future force.
Each robot is dressed in a State Police uniform complete with campaign hat.
Several photographs surfaced after the sentence, allegedly showing the judge taking part in the 30 June protests while standing with friends wearing Tamarod campaign hats.
Campaign hats like the one in this photo were typical at the time.
The boys-only rule is long gone - as are the campaign hats - but the principles are still the same.
A husband and wife team of former Air Force military training instructors donned their iconic MTI campaign hats once again to give some new Air Force Reserve recruits a taste of what to expect at basic military training.
Armed with revolvers and sabers and sporting campaign hats, the Army ended the Great War in metal helmets and gas masks, and armed with machine guns, rapid firing artillery, combat aircraft, and armored vehicles.
Notable during the salute are the dangerous-looking knife in the belt of the dark-trousered lad in the frS ont row - not allowed these days - and the campaign hats with their four-cornered 'Montana creases', now no longer essential wear for the scout about town.
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